The first month of 2019 was spectacular for global equities, whether attributable to the dynamic combination of the January-plus-presidential-cycle effect or otherwise, it marked a V-shaped recovery from the abysmal finish to 2018.
The U.S. fixed income markets seemed to tell two different stories in the first quarter of 2019.
As 2019 begins, perspective is warranted. In markets and economies, it is certainly not the best of times, but neither is it the worst of times.
Wayne Wicker, Chief Investment Officer, Vantagepoint Investment Advisers, LLC, discusses the Treasury yield curve and its implications for the market with Oliver Renick of TD Ameritrade’s Morning Trade Live.
We believe that in addition to traditional investment approaches such as diversification, asset allocation, and a long-term perspective, a multi-manager approach and investment style serve investors who are working to build retirement security.
In a multi-managed approach, managers with different but complementary investing approaches are selected and integrated within a single fund in proportions that are expected to optimize return relative to risk. We believe this not only increases diversification but also may improve the consistency of returns over time by eliminating reliance on the results of a single manager.
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